On January 16th, the new Microsoft Edge browser based on the Chromium kernel was officially launched on Microsoft’s website, and the new Edge supports Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, macOS, iOS, With seven platforms and more than 90 languages available, It’s clear that Microsoft wants to roll out the effort to most users around the world. On January 17th,media exposed the Edge browser’s promotion plan, which is divided into two phases.
The first stage, Edge browser online Microsoft official website, Microsoft will not take advantage of the Windows 10 system to promote, anyone who wants to use the new Edge needs to be manually downloaded and overwritten installation (the old version of Edge will be hidden after installation).
Then there’s the second phase, in which Microsoft plans to push the new Edge browser through Windows Update in the next few months, starting with the push for Insider users, and if nothing goes wrong, Microsoft will expand the push to regular Windows 10 users.
Regardless of the way you install it, Edge browsers are updated every six weeks independent of Windows 10 to further improve or add new features.
In addition, enterprises need not worry about automatically updating the new Edge browser through Windows Update, Microsoft says administrators have full control over whether to deploy a new browser, and Microsoft excludes enterprise devices from automatic updates, although if the business is ready to upgrade. Microsoft also provides supporting documentation to provide them with the necessary information.